Huawei and its sub-brand Honor tends to produce a handset with a range that fills almost every available spectrum. I mean if you can’t buy the expensive Honor Magic 2, you can buy the Honor 10. And still, if it feels expensive, you can opt for the Lite variant of it. Honor is now prepping up to launch the Honor 10 Lite, and it will arrive on November 21 at an event in Beijing, China.
We expect the handset to be a completely new device rather than a rebranding for the China outside market. While the back panel seems to share a vertical AI dual camera setup in the upper left corner, it does look identical to the Honor 8C, Honor 8X and Honor Note 10 from the rear. Also, the handset will come along with a rear fingerprint scanner.
We expect the Honor 10 Lite to come along with a Kirin 710 chipset along with 18W fast charging. The handset may get a notched screen along with 19.5:9 ratio. Also, the handset will come along with EMUI 9.0 based on Android Pie out of the box.